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-mails were released, we know what she was saying is what the c.i.a. believed at the time. when we got additional information we put that out. we tried to get it as right as we could. and you raised the issue of what words were changed. that's a very serious offense that happened where republicans on the hill, we voluntarily provided the e-mails, took one of them, doctored it and gave it to abc news in an attempt to smear the president. the e-mails were clear, what ambassador rice poke about what we believed is what the c.i.a. believed at the time. when we got new information, we updated the american people. >> schieffer: what i'm saying is that was justp r, a p.r. plan to send out somebody who didn't know anything about what happened. why did you do that? why didn't the secretary of state tell us what knew and if you knew nothing say we don't know yet? why didn't the white house chief of staff. and i mean this as no disrespect to you, why are you here today? why isn't the white house chief of staff here to tell us what happened? >> let's start with susan rice. ambassador rice went out
group in yemen. the plot was foiled by the cia. on monday of this week the ap blasted the feds over the probe. quote there can be for possible justification for such an overbroad collection of the telephone communications of the associated press and its reporters. these records potentially reveal confidential communications by the ap during a two month period, provide a roadmap to ap's news gathering information and disclose information about ap activities and operations that the government has for conceivable right to know. we regard this action by the department of justice as a serious interference with ap constitutional rights to gather and report the news. unquote. question. was the broad sweep of this subpoena intended solely to catch the leaker? or was it intended to cripple ap's news gathering? paul? >> 100% to get the leaker. that is the obsession here. remember what started this. a double agent we had in yemen looking at the most danger terrorist if the world was exposed by somebody. we don't know who. the press is getting trampled under the foot of a leak investigation as
for joining us. best of luck. >> thank you. >>> coming up, my notebook. >>> most people think of the cia using unmanned aircraft, but the navy is poised for an unmanned revolution. last week for the first time it catapulted an unmanned jet from an aircraft carrier, part of the seven-year $1.5 billion program to prove the unmanned planes could operate from carriers. both test planes will be retired and a new program born to field within six years and unmanned long range strike plane. the naval version of the long range unmanned spy plane the triton will soon make its maiden flight. the unmanned helicopter is in limited service, allowing leaders to better deploy a smaller force. but fielding the plane that can operate globally and giving carriers the long-range strike capability. they must remain a top priority. thank you for joining us for this week in defense news. you can watch this online at defensenewstv.com. i'll be back next week at the same time. until then, have a great week. i didn't quite know thiwhat to expect.our. i'd seen the images on tv, but until you're in the thick of it... any
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